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New climatic wind tunnel inaugurated by Hanon Systems By ABR Staff Writer
Hanon Systems announced the start of its latest climatic wind tunnel, which enhances the company's capabilities to test real-world simulation of air conditioning, heating and engine cooling performance.
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Scania inaugurates new test laboratory in Brazil Scania has inaugurated a €10m Technology Centre in São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil, with engine test cells that will be used for the developing, testing and certifying of its engines.
Technology > Testing > News Toyota partners with University of Michigan to expand real-world test of connected vehicles By ABR Staff Writer
Toyota has partnered with the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) to study fully autonomous driving and advanced mobility technology that is being tested in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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EU proposes new rules to avoid VW like emission scandal
By ABR Staff Writer
European Commission proposes new rules and regulations which will give it sweeping power over national car regulation, to prevent Volkswagen type emission scandal.
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Scott Cole & Associates files class action lawsuit over Volkswagen emissions fraud
By ABR Staff Writer
A class action lawsuit was filed on January 19, 2016 by Scott Cole & Associates, APC on behalf of plaintiffs Darin Petersen, et al., against Volkswagen in connection with its use of illegal software to cheat U.S. emissions standards for nearly a half million domestic vehicles.
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Messring builds two new sled test facilities in Brazil and Romania for Takata
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Germany-based Messring Systembau has completed construction of two new sled test facilities in Brazil and Romania for Takata, a Japanese supplier of advanced automotive safety systems and products.
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AVL secures automotive emissions testing contract from US EPA
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AVL has secured a contract with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for an emissions measurement system at a test site in Ann Arbor, Michigan, US.
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Volkswagen appoints Matthias Mueller as new CEO following pollution scandal
Embattled German carmaker Volkswagen has appointed its Porsche sports car unit chief Matthias Mueller as the new CEO in the wake of pollution test rigging scandal.
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Tesla starts new factory operations for European markets in Tilburg, Netherlands
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American electric automotive company Tesla Motors has inaugurated its first European factory in Tilburg, Netherlands to allow its customers in the continent faster access to its cars.
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Jaguar F-PACE sets standard for ride and handling
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Featuring sports-car derived chassis systems and evaluated on the same demanding roads as all other Jaguar vehicles, the new F-PACE is claimed to offer an unrivalled breadth of dynamic ability. This is said to be a performance crossover designed around people who love driving.
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Methane-run tractor undergoes testing phase
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One Luca Remmert has been testing the second-generation prototype of T6 by New Holland Agriculture, stated to be the first-of-its-kind tractor to run on methane, at his La Bellotta farm in Italy.
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Lexus Hoverboard ride revealed, testing concludes
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Lexus, the luxury arm of Japanese automobile major Toyota, is finally bringing to the fore its Hoverboard project, unveiled in June, after completing a testing phase in Cubelles, Barcelona.
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FCA US invests $2.5m for rain and snow testing at technology center
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Automobile major Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has pumped in $2.5m to enhance its existing climatic test cell for rain and snow testing at Chrysler Technology Center (CTC) at its US headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
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